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Old 01-16-2013, 05:45 AM
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Rewired outlet, heard pop and oven timer stopped working, so unplugged and turned breaker off. When I plugged it back in to another outlet, the stove top works, but no timer, clock, or oven control.

I'm guessing there's likely no fuse, so wanting to know how to get to and replace the circuit board.

Any advice would be appreciated.

TIA, Gregg

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Hi Gregg,

In order to provide most accurate advice we need the complete model number of the range.

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Thanks for the response, the model of my Frigidaire oven is FGF348KSK and serial # is VF23442274

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Hi Gregg,

You are right - there's no fuse in this range. The correction is to replace the oven control board. You also may want to order the overlay because it's adhered to the control board. In order to replace it just pull the range out of the wall and remove the control panel rear cover. The control board is secured with 4 screws. Do not forget to unplug the range first.

- The control board Part number: 316455410

Part number: 316455410



- The overlay Part number: 316220700

Part number: 316220700


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Thanks Gene, that's exactly what I needed, and I certainly wouldn't have known that I needed the overlay, so thanks for that too. Didn't figure it would be particularly difficult, and something I should be able to do myself.

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